Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott is laying out his border security agenda if elected governor in November.
The chairman of the House Homeland Security committee said Tuesday in South Texas that the U.S. Border Patrol’s resources in the area are “woefully inadequate.”
Six locations in Texas, California and Florida are going to be taking part in a pilot program designed to reduce the time people have to wait while entering the country by having the sponsoring organization help pay the costs of additional border officers.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn is scheduled to discuss security and trade matters with local law enforcement and business officials in Rio Grande City.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is traveling to El Paso on Tuesday to inspect border security operations with state and local leaders.
The U.S. government has paid almost $1 million for part of a South Texas nature preserve taken for the border fence, drawing to a close nearly four years of litigation in one of the project’s highest-profile condemnation cases.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is ready to ramp up deployment of motion-triggered cameras in what it hopes is another tool to monitor the state’s 1,254-mile border with Mexico.
The Pentagon’s announcement that 1,000 National Guard troops will remain deployed along the US-Mexico border is underwhelming to security experts.
Gun store owners in states on the U.S.-Mexico border, including Texas, are suing the acting director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
President Obama is expected to address border trade and security issues Tuesday during his second visit to El Paso and Austin.
Technology to replace a now defunct virtual fence project at the Mexican border likely won’t be fully in place for at least another decade, maybe longer, according to the Government Accountability Office.
One area of state government has survived the initial round of cuts: border security.